The Society of Voice Arts and Sciences has announced the nominees for the 2015 Voice Arts Awards.
The nominations for the awards include Tim Gunn for his audiobook narration of “Tim Gunn: The Natty Professor”; Bronson Pincot, Carolyn McCormick and Xe Sands for audiobook narration of “Acceptance” by Jeff VanderMeer; Julia Whelan for audiobook narration of “Amid the Shadows” by Michael Grumley; Ron Perlman for audiobook narration of “Easy Street (the Hard Way)” by Ron Perlman; Malcolm Jamal Warner for outstanding spoken word or stortelling in “Best Performance”; Beyonce, Timothy Andres Pabon and Beyonce and Dean Ornish for audiobook narration of “The 22-Day Revolution” by Marco Borges and John Amos for Outstanding Body of Work.
Previous winners include Jon Hamm, NBC Universal, Penguin Random House Audio and Bobby Cannavale.
The ceremony will also present the Voice Arts Icon Award, the jury’s highest honor, to William Shatner.
“In voiceover work, the fewer the words, the better the message,” Shatner said. “I am honored by this award.”
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The Voice Arts Awards will be Nov. 15th at 6 p.m. at the Pacific Design Center.